Top 7 best plants for your desk at work

Devil s Ivy

Epipremnum aureum, commonly known as Devil's ivy (though that is a distinct plant altogether), is a kind of evergreen vine. Large and often heart-shaped, the leaves are available in a broad range of hues, both light and dark.


Aglaonema, sometimes simply known as "aglos" or Chinese evergreens, are well-known because to the hue of its leaves. Many of them produce bright green leaves, but others may also contain hints of crimson or silver.

Ficus Benjamina

Often referred to as the weeping fig, Ficus benjamina is a hardy plant that may be used both alone and in combination to create eye-catching displays.

Zamioculcas Zamiifolia

Often shortened to "ZZ plant," their difficult-to-pronounce moniker does not convey how difficult they are to care for. They hold an enormous amount of water in their protruding roots and plump stalks.


Because they are known to take their time to blossom, bromeliads are great for reception rooms or scattered throughout hallways. However, they may demand a little extra care at beginning.


Since their discovery in South America in the late 1800s, philodendrons have been a staple indoor plant. Large, luscious, deep-green leaves characterize the artificial hybrid known as Imperial Green.

Peace lily

Peace lilies (Spathiphyllum) are named for their lovely white blossoms and their very broad, wide, deep green leaves. They are well-liked because they don't require a lot of light and can tolerate the odd overwatering.